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post #1 of 1 Old 02-04-2011, 08:56 PM Thread Starter
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332 Yanmar Valve Adjustment

Hi there,
I have the valve cover off my 332 to change a glow plug (couldn't get a socket over the plug otherwise) and since my valve cover gasket is now toast I figured that I'd adjust the valves. The 332 has 1900hours with ZERO blowby out the breather tube but its a good time to do the job.

Does anyone have the procedure? I do not own a service manual.

The tractor runs really well but was a bit hard to start when really cold (snow service). It was firing right away on some cylinders but demanded more cranking to keep running. A quick test indicated that the front glow plug was not drawing current. I now have 30A on glow, only 20A prior.
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